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What to Expect After Cataract Surgery

What to Expect After Cataract Surgery

Once you decide to move forward with your cataract surgery, you may have some questions about what to expect. While your Florida Eye Institute doctor is happy to discuss any concerns with you, there may be some general information we can share here. For starters, you’ll need someone else to drive you home from the… Read More


Wet vs. Dry Macular Degeneration

Wet vs. Dry Macular Degeneration

Macular degeneration is a disorder of the retina and the leading cause of irreversible vision loss for people 60 years old and older. An estimated 10 million people will develop this disorder in their retirement years. The macula is a small part of the center of the retina essential for sharp, straight ahead vision. As… Read More


New Lens Technology for Cataract Patients

New Lens Technology for Cataract Patients

When a patient has cataract surgery, the surgeon is able to not only remove a patient’s cataract (the cloudy natural lens), but replace it with a new advanced technology lens that can correct vision and restore the focusing power of the eye. Previously, old generation artificial lenses used in cataract surgery were only able to… Read More


Common Ocular Emergencies

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Is Your Eye Pain an Emergency? Do you know when you should call the eye doctor if you have eye pain? Waiting too long to seek treatment can prolong your pain and result in permanent vision loss in some cases. Don’t Ignore Eye Pain Pain is a warning sign that should never be overlooked. Even… Read More


What Is a Stye and How Do You Treat Them?

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Is That Bump On Your Eyelid a Stye? Styes may not be very big, but they can certainly cause a significant amount of pain and discomfort. Fortunately, most styes go away in a few days with home treatment. If your stye lingers, your optometrist can offer treatments that will help. What Is a Stye? Styes… Read More


The Causes and Treatments for Astigmatism

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What You Need to Know About Astigmatism Astigmatism causes blurred vision whether you’re looking at an object that’s close by or far away. Approximately 33 percent of the population is affected by astigmatism, according to the American Academy of Opthalmology. What Causes Astigmatism? Astigmatism is a refractive error that changes the way light rays focus… Read More


Choosing the Best Lenses That Fit Your Needs

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Choosing the Correct Lenses to Match Your Lifestyle Frame style isn’t the only decision you’ll need to make when selecting new eyeglasses. Once you’ve chosen a frame that complements your face, you’ll need to consider which lens type best fits your lifestyle. From lenses that reduce glare to styles that protect your eyes when you… Read More


Symptoms, Causes, and Treatments of an Eye Cold

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Do You Have an Eye Cold? Colds and other viral infections don’t just cause sneezing and coughing but they may also affect your eyes. If your eyes are red, uncomfortable, and won’t stop watering, an eye cold may be to blame. What is an Eye Cold? An eye cold occurs when you have viral conjunctivitis,… Read More


Tips to Relax Your Eyes

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Relax Your Eyes with These Soothing Exercises Do your eyes hurt when you spend too much time reading, playing digital games, or working on your computer? Headaches, blurry vision, and neck pain can be signs of eyestrain, as can light sensitivity, trouble concentrating, burning, sore, or itchy eyes. Fortunately, preventing uncomfortable eyestrain symptoms can be… Read More


May is Healthy Vision Month

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Focus on Your Eyesight During Healthy Vision Month Maintaining good vision can be as simple as visiting your optometrist for regular checkups and making a few important lifestyle changes. Healthy Vision Month, held every May, is the perfect time to prioritize your vision health. Regular Eye Exams Are a Must at Every Age Visiting your… Read More


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